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Uprooted: Dutch Immigrant Children in Canada 1947-1959

by Anne van Arragon Hutten

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This is a real eye opener about what it was like to be a Dutch immigrant to Canada between 1947 and 1959 - living conditions, what the move was like, integrating into Canadian society and the long term effects on some of such a drastic move. Thanks to Mrs. van Arragon Hutten for documenting this for future generation. ( )
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